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Dec 6, 2013 8:00pm PST
combing through the old files and were assisted by a new inglewood detective steve siler. >> technology advances so quickly that in 2002 i said to tony vasley, hey, maybe there's fingernail scrapings, maybe there's something of that nature. >> in fact, there were fingernail scrapings in this case. there was also a drop of blood on marie's saab, but at the time of marie's murder, dna analysis was still in its infancy. those samples had never been tested. in 2004, detective siler called john lewin, a prosecutor with the l.a. da's office major crime division. lewin specializes in cold cases. >> they collected the fingernail scrapings and the blood and the detective had been unable to get the lab to test it, so when i first got on the case, i started trying to cash in favors with the crime lab to get it done. >> but a ten-year-old cold case was not a priority. three more years passed. before those samples were tested. finally in november, 2007, the fbi crime lab came through. >> what we got was the information that would break this case wide open. >>> coming up -- a bold move from the cold
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